Barack ObamaHarry ReidObamacarePolling

Obamacare Poll Watch: Support for Congressional Health Care Reform Falls to New Low

Share

I don’t think Obamacare in its current form is going to fly.
Public support for the health care reform plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats has fallen to a new low as just 42% of U.S. voters now favor the plan. That’s down five points from two weeks ago and down eight points from six weeks ago.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that opposition to the plan has increased to 53%, up nine points since late June.

More significantly, 44% of voters strongly oppose the health care reform effort versus 26% who strongly favor it. Intensity has been stronger among opponents of the plan since the debate began.

No matter how much lipstick Obama puts on this turkey, it is still a turkey.

Who will be the first Democrat leader in the Congress to throw Obamacare under the bus?

My money is on Dingy Harry Reid.


Share

One thought on “Obamacare Poll Watch: Support for Congressional Health Care Reform Falls to New Low

Comments are closed.